Benjamin P. Wiborg

Benjamin P. Wiborg: Attorney with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy Co., L.P.A.

Biography

Before joining Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy as an associate attorney in 2008, Benjamin (Ben) Wiborg clerked for our appellate, research, and writing departments while attending Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.

Ben focuses his practice on helping those who have been denied workers' compensation benefits for on-the-job injuries. He works closely with Workers' Compensation Administrator Robert Trivisonno and Attorney Ellen M. McCarthy.

The University of Findlay

First in graduating class in law and liberal arts and history

Phi Alpha Theta, Vice President, 2004

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice President, Treasurer, and Historian

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Workers Compensation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(216) 694-5227  Phone
(216) 771-2242  Fax
www.nphm.com
Year of First Admission:
2008
Admission:
2008, Ohio
ISLN:
920119097
Payment Information:
  • Free Initial Consultation

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Independence, Ohio

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